HOW TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR A BABY
By sr0cke2 Posted September 4, 2018 In Blog
Congrats on your new addition to your family! Now that you have a baby or a baby on the way you will want to make sure the rest of your house in order. Having a baby safe home will give you peace of mind and make your life a little easier. For those items you are worried about keeping safe you can easily rent a storage unit from Spare Space Storage in Orem. We have even gathered some tips for you to try to help prep your home for a baby.
A baby comes with a variety of accessories. All of these accessories don’t just end up in the nursery either. You will need to make room for a variety of bottles, spoons, and sippy cups for you little in your kitchen. Dedicate one cabinet or shelf to hold the majority of your babies eating accessories to make sure they don’t get lost in the jumble of adult dishware. You will also want to invest in a bottle drying rack to help you when it comes to cleaning large amounts of bottles. This will keep them in one designated area rather than cluttering your counters.
Your nursery should be the main hub of baby accessories. You will be expected to store large amounts of baby clothing, toys, and accessories in your nursery. Start o organized and contain clutter with labeled bins and plastic totes. Use every inch of storage space available when it comes to storing baby diapers, wipes, and medicine. The biggest area you want to focus your organization is the closet and dresser. Babies tend to outgrow their clothing within just a month or so. Make sure you organize all the clothing you receive by size as to not be stuck searching for a particular size when you need it most.
As your baby grows you will want to let them roll, crawl, and soon walk around the house. It is a good idea to prep your major living areas for your exploring baby. Store any breakable items or unnecessary furniture in a storage unit at Spare Space Storage in Orem. Purchase baby gates and outlet protectors early so you can get used to using them as your child grows.